League Two clubs have agreed to end the season with immediate effect.
The final league standings will be decided using a points-per-game model with three teams set to go up automatically and one relegated.
Plans remain in place for the play-offs to take place as usual with two-legged semi-finals and a one-off final.
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Earlier League One clubs failed to come to an agreement over how their campaign will be concluded.
Crewe Alexandra were top of League Two at the stoppage of play with Swindon Town and Plymouth Argyle occupying the other two promotion spots.
Stevenage were bottom in the sole relegation place.